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Barnett, Adrian G., Graves, Nicholas, & Rocklöv, Joacim (2011) Raising awareness of traffic pollution: the potential benefits and problems of using a warning smell. [Working Paper] (Unpublished)
Coghill, Ken, Sampford, Charles, & Smith, Tim (2012) Conclusion. In Coghill, Ken, Sampford, Charles, & Smith, Tim (Eds.) Fiduciary Duty and the Atmospheric Trust. Ashgate Publishing Limited, Surrey, England.
Coghill, Ken, Sampford, Charles, & Smith, Tim (2012) 'Rulers' duty to the environment. In Coghill, Ken, Sampford, Charles, & Smith, Tim (Eds.) Fiduciary Duty and the Atmospheric Trust. Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Surrey, England.
Cook, John (2013) The influence of human rights on land rights and spatial information. In Spatial Odyssey, Proceedings of the 42nd National Congress of the Institution of Surveyors, Australia, 25-28th September, 2001, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. (Unpublished)
Edwards, Peter & Grant-Smith, Deanna (2009) Engaging young people : reflections from a participatory water planning exercise. Australian Planner, 46(4), pp. 10-11.
Gordon, Scott R., Davidsson, Per, & Senyard, Julienne M. (2013) What it means to be green : an examination of early stage environmental and sustainability focused firms. Queensland University of Technology Business School, Brisbane , QLD.
Grant-Smith, Deanna (2011) Of dogs, fish, birds and turds : the social construction of sewage pollution by recreational boaters. In Animals, People - a Shared Environment, 4th Biennial Australian Animals Studies Group Conference, 10-13 July 2011, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Grant-Smith, Deanna & Edwards, Peter (2011) It takes more than good intentions : institutional and attitudinal impediments to engaging young people in participatory planning. Journal of Public Deliberation, 7(1), pp. 11-19.
Grant-Smith, Deanna & Mayes, Robyn (2017) Freedom, part-time pirates, and poo police: Regulating the heterotopic space of the recreational boat. Environment and Planning A. (In Press)
Heazle, Michael, Tangney, Peter, Burton, Paul, Howes, Michael , Grant-Smith, Deanna, Reis, Kim, et al. (2013) Mainstreaming climate change adaptation : An incremental approach to disaster risk management in Australia. Environmental Science & Policy, 33, pp. 162-170.
Holgar, Monika, Foth, Marcus, & Ferrero-Regis, Tiziana (2009) Fashion as a communication medium to raise environmental awareness and sustainable practice. In Flew, T. (Ed.) Communication, Creativity and Global Citizenship: Refereed Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Communications Association Annual Conference, Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland, pp. 1253-1275.
Howes, Michael , Grant-Smith, Deanna, Reis, Kim, Tangney, Peter, Bosomworth, Karyn, Heazle, Michael, et al. (2013) Rethinking disaster risk management and climate change adaptation. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF), Gold Coast, QLD.
Howes, Michael, Grant-Smith, Deanna, Bosomworth, Karyn, Reis, Kim, Tangney, Peter, Heazle, Michael, et al. (2012) Rethinking emergency management and climate adaptation policies. In 2012 Australian Political Studies Association Conference, 24-26 September 2012, Hobart, TAS. (Unpublished)
Howes, Michael , Grant-Smith, Deanna, Reis, Kim, Bosomworth, Karyn, Tangney, Peter, Heazle, Michael, et al. (2013) Public policy, disaster risk management and climate change adaptation. In 2013 Public Policy Network Conference, 24-25 January 2013, University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD.
Howes, Michael , Grant-Smith, Deanna, Reis, Kim, Tangney, Peter, Bosomworth, Karyn, Heazle, Michael, et al. (2012) The challenge of integrating climate change adaptation and disaster risk management : lessons from bushfire and flood inquiries in an Australian context. Urban Research Program, Griffith University, Brisbane, QLD. [Working Paper]
Miller, Evonne & Buys, Laurie (2008) The role of social capital in predicting and promoting feelings of responsibility for local environmental issues in an Australian community. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, 15(4), pp. 231-240.
Miller, Wendy, Vine, Desley, & Amin, Zakaria (2017) Energy efficiency of housing for older citizens: Does it matter? Energy Policy, 101, pp. 216-224.
Rachele, Jerome N., Kavanagh, Anne, Badland, Hannah, Giles-Corti, Billie, Washington, Simon, & Turrell, Gavin (2015) Associations between individual socioeconomic position, neighbourhood disadvantage, and transport mode: Baseline results from the HABITAT multilevel study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 69(12), pp. 1217-1223.
Toloo, Ghasem, FitzGerald, Gerard, Peter, Aitken, Verrall, Kenneth, & Tong, Shilu (2013) Evaluating the effectiveness of heat warning systems : a systematic review of epidemiological evidence. International Journal of Public Health, 58(5), pp. 667-681.
Toloo, Ghasem, Guo, Yuming, Turner, Lyle, Qi, Xin, Aitken, Peter, & Tong, Shilu (2014) Socio-demographic vulnerability to heatwave impacts in Brisbane, Australia : a time series analysis. Australian And New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(5), pp. 430-435.
Toloo, Ghasem (Sam), FitzGerald, Gerard, & Tong, Shilu (2014) Managing health risks of extreme weather events : need for a systematic approach. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 38(1), pp. 90-91.
Toloo, Ghasem Sam, Yu, Weiwei, Aitken, Peter, FitzGerald, Gerry, & Tong, Shilu (2014) The impact of heatwaves on emergency department visits in Brisbane, Australia : a time series study. Critical Care, 18(2), R69.
Toloo, Sam, Hu, Wenbiao, FitzGerald, Gerard, Aitken, Peter, & Tong, Shilu (2015) Projecting excess emergency department visits and associated costs in Brisbane, Australia, under population growth and climate change scenarios. Scientific Reports, 5(12860).